Additional Papers

Additional Reading Material

These additional papers cover subjects that have been discussed in the lectures. Not all of these subjects are discussed in the book and therefore the additional background reading is provided and expected to be studied as preparation for the written exams. In the table below, it is indicated to which lecture each paper belongs.

Additional Papers

S. Lee, Proprioception

Lecture 3

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F.J. Verbeek, Gestalt Theory

Lecture 3

PDF icon gestalt-excerpt.pdf
D. Norman, Affordance

Lecture 4

PDF icon AffordancesandDesign.pdf
V. Bush, As we may think.

Lecture 6

PDF icon memex-vbush.pdf
Notes, Mental models

Lecture 4

PDF icon MentalModels-short.pdf
B.B. Bederson, Fisheye Menus

Lecture 6

PDF icon fisheyemenus.pdf
S. Brewster et al., Earcons

Lecture 7

PDF icon EarConPaper.pdf
Div. Authors, Task Analysis

Lecture 9

PDF icon TaskAnalysis2012.pdf
W.A.S. Buxton, A Three-State Model of Graphical Input.

Lecture 9

M. Weiser, Ubiquitous computing

Lecture 13

PDF icon weiser-ubicomp.pdf
S. Moritz, Practical Access to Service Design

Lecture 13

PDF icon PracticalAccess2ServiceDesign.pdf
BJ Fogg, Persuasive Design (Captplogy)

Lecture 13

PDF icon Fogg-Persuasion.pdf